Had to get four new tires (tyres? - what is the correct spelling?) so rang a week in advance to organise a day/time to do the install and organised to drop my spare key at the store the day before (as I needed to drop car off before they opened. Turned up on the organised day, advised who I was to find they my booking wasn't put in the system.
Organised the new booking (thankfully for the next day) and then dropped of key and then the car the next day.
Went to pick up car, paid and asked a bunch of questions on maintenance/care for new tires and just got told to come back when the sticker in the windshield tells me to.
Got to car and then spent ~5 minutes getting my seat in the correct place, the steering wheel in the correct place, the door mirrors in the correct place, the rear view mirror in the correct place and changing the heater settings, the radio settings and even the indicator settings ..
When I got home I spent a further 15 minutes changing things again as it didn't feel quite right on the drive home.. (thankfully I had images after the last time the Mazda service team moved things around)
Now the tire place did a good job doing their job, but I honestly have no idea how the process of changing my tires resulted in the need to change all the settings they changed.
I really want to email them and give them a piece of my mind ... but I may be over reacting